South Korea confirmed 31 new cases on Saturday.
Of the 31, 23 were imported That's triple the number of local cases that came to eight.
While the number of local cases returned to a single digit after one day, a religious group leader at the center of the early COVID-19 crisis was arrested on Saturday.
The judge pointed to circumstances indicating systematic attempts to destroy evidence.
Lee Man-hee, the founder of the Shincheonji Church of Jesus, is suspected of submitting false documents to health authorities on the number of people at religious gatherings and when those meetings took place in February.
That's when the religious sect turned out to be a hot spot for the virus spread in South Korea.